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  1. Phillyfreeze69
    Phillyfreeze69 at |

    Very interesting spin on Super Bowl MVP selections for the last decade. I was glad that Peyton Manning and Colts won their first Super Bowl and that Manning was voted MVP. Many sports writers was “hushed” after his winning the MVP because he had often been written about for not winning “the big game”.
    If Peytn had never played in a super Bowl or let alone win the MVP award, he still would be one of the greatest quarterbacks to play the game because of his consistent play for the past decade and his record 4-time Pro Bowl MVP selection. (This is done by his peers) wish has to me more meaning because it not a popularity contest.)

  2. ed
    ed at |

    ray lewis shoud be in the top 5

  3. Lpow
    Lpow at |

    This web list is a farce, Brady did win the SB MVP in SB 39, he lost the mvp to dion branch the year before in SB 38. Secondly he defiantly deserved the 1st one. Brady had one of the superbowls greatest drives taking them 60 yards in 120 seconds with no timeouts for the game winner, combined with his 80 yard TD drive. He definentally deserved it. The most egregious is surely Peyton, he played like crap, The total yards from his running backs made up 63% of their total offence, not to mention the debacle that was Rex Grossman and the bears.

  4. Ronnie
    Ronnie at |

    Huh, hello, The Steelers were down by only 3 and well in FG range, so had the Big Ben to Holmes pass not been completed they would have been able to tie the game. Also, you forget Holmes dropped a much easier pass the play before. And you are way wrong about them keeping holmes and letting go of Roethlisberger too. Holmes is on his way out of the league, while Roethlisberger has turned his life around and will be a key player for years to come.

    Lastly, keep your personal sentiments out of the conversations and know your facts.

  5. Perkins
    Perkins at |

    My favorite is when the Saints won the Superbowl. Who Dat!!!! Now if only we could fire Roger Goodell.

  6. api couplings
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    Parker’s jaunt put the Steelers up 14-3 at the time, but it also put the Seahawks back on their heels which then opened up the passing game for Hines Ward to make his five receptions.


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